The worldwide leader in One-to-One MBA and Masters events is returning to Milan in January, 2019.

 

Access MBA Tour Milan:

Tuesday, January 29, 2019,

4:30 PM – 10:00 PM,

The Westin Palace Milan                 

                      

Access Masters Tour Milan:

Monday, January 28, 2019,

1:30 AM – 8:15 PM,

Palazzo Giureconsulti Congress Center

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with top business schools and universities!

 

Are you currently employed and looking for a career change?

Our Access MBA event will help you determine which MBA or EMBA programs can help you reach your career goals – whether it is to be promoted, change jobs, obtain managerial responsibilities, work in another industry, or work internationally.

 

Are you still in school, but thinking about specializing in a certain field?

Access Masters helps you identify which Masters degree will help you start your career in the desired field – Business, Science, Engineering, Information Technology, Arts and Humanities, and more. By registering online, you’ll also have the chance to win a trip to the campus of your choice.

 

If you are a business professional or executive, sign up for the Access MBA event:    

https://www.accessmba.com/link/CHF

             

If you are a student or recent graduate, sign up for the Access Masters event:

https://www.accessmasterstour.com/link/CHG

 

At the event, you can meet:

MIP Politecnico de Milano, SDA Bocconi, Imperial College Business School, IESE Business School, Hult International Business School, ESCP Europe, IE Business School, Trinity College Dublin and many more.

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The Pershing Square Foundation, in partnerships with the Oxford University offers fellowships to study at the Oxford university and attend undergraduate and graduate courses. If you are have leadership and you are interested in achieving scalable and sustainable solutions for world large scale problems, this offer is for you. What are you waiting for? Don’t waste your time. Apply for this scholarships now!

 

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Organization: Drawn from around the world to Oxford, this faculty produce outstanding and important research, both individually and as part of collaborative teams. This faculty’s work is influential, leading to changes in both business practice and public policy. They have expertise in all major areas, including finance, strategy, leadership, digital marketing, entrepreneurship, social innovation and entrepreneurship, business purpose, the management of large-scale infrastructure programmes and much more. Their 80+ faculty members bring diverse disciplinary backgrounds and cultural understandings to our classrooms, and a combination of academic and management oriented faculty complement one another to advance the thinking of young and experienced leaders.



Duty Station: You will have the possibility to study at Oxford School in UK

 

 

Open To: Recipients are exceptional individuals who can demonstrate the potential and commitment to finding scalable and sustainable solutions to world-scale social challenges.



Timeframe: Not specified

 

 

Deadline: If you are interested in this scholarships offered by the Pershing Square Foundation in partnership by the Oxford School you should send your request within the 31th January.

 

Job description: The Pershing Square Foundation awards up to five full scholarships to support outstanding students on the 1+1 MBA, covering both the Master's degree and the MBA year. The Scholarship provides:

- funding for tuition, college fees and at least £14,553 toward living expenses for both years of study.

Moreover:

-you can pursue any of the partnering Master’s degrees and combine it with our MBA. It is also available if you are currently studying one of the Master's partnering programmes and wish to apply to the MBA programme;

-you will be invited to a spring ‘trek’ to New York City hosted by the Pershing Square Foundation, where you can participate in meetings and workshops with leading innovators and change makers;

-you can also attend prestigious conferences and events throughout the year, including the Ditchely Conferences and the Skoll World Forum;

-you will also have opportunities for mentorship and networking with inspirational individuals and organisations that are part of the Pershing Square Foundation’s community.

 

Qualifications: Pershing School Foundation Scholarships are awarded to individuals with:

- Academic achievement;

- Leadership potential, demonstrated through experience and motivation;

- Strong personal character, integrity and commitment;

- Intention to focus on addressing world-scale social challenges in your career, either in an existing organisation or through development of a new enterprise;

- Ability to envision how to achieve scalable and sustainable solutions to these challenges;

- Articulated vision on how the Oxford 1+1 MBA will allow you to fulfil your objectives.



Wage: The scholarship provides college fees and at least £14,553 toward living expenses for both years of study.



Application process: Each of their partnering Master's programmes has its own application form, deadlines and requirements. In order to be considered for the Pershing Square Scholarship:

- You must apply to the 1+1 MBA by the January 2019 deadline;

-When you submit your 1+1 MBA application form you will be asked if you would like to be considered for the Pershing Square Scholarship;

-Submit an essay in your application form of no more than 500 words addressing this question 'How do you intend to change the world? What does this tell us about you as a person?’

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

Link to scholarships and funding

 

Contact Information:

Egrove Park, Oxford, OX1 5NY

T: +44 (0) 1865 422500

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Complete your studies in Maastricht with the PhD programme offered by the United Nations University. Send now your application!

 

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Organization: Together UNU-MERIT and its School of Governance form a research and training institute of United Nations University (UNU). The institute is also part of Maastricht University, based in the south of the Netherlands. The institute’s research mission is to provide new insights into the economic, social and political aspects of growth and development in local and international contexts. Its research and training programmes address a broad range of questions including the economics of technology and innovation, multi-level governance, intellectual property protection, social protection policy, knowledge creation and diffusion, and migration.

Researchers at UNU-MERIT are internationally recognised for their contributions to the understanding of the economic, political, social and philosophical foundations of the processes of technical change. The School of Governance has a history of project implementation for various international institutions including the World Bank, UNICEF, UNDP, ILO and national governments, focusing on social policy and migration developments. The institute also participates in research projects for international organisations, governments, businesses and foundations throughout the world. Beyond working with and for other UN bodies, the institute has a long history of conducting applied research for organisations such as the European Commission, the International Development Research Centre, and numerous national governments.



Duty Station: Maastricht



Open To: students with  a Master’s degree from a relevant academic field, including economics, international relations, political science, law, social sciences, business administration, health sciences or public health





Deadline: 15/02/2019



Job description: The PhD Programme on Innovation, Economics and Governance for Development (IEGD) is a multidisciplinary course offered by UNU-MERIT and its School of Governance. The programme focuses on research skills and methods, training fellows to become both scholars and practitioners in the fields of governance and the economics of technology.

During their first year, fellows complete a basic, compulsory training programme conducted by leading scholars of the host and partner universities. These courses are taught in Maastricht and spread across two semesters. Taught entirely in English, this is an annual Maastricht-based programme which starts on 1 September. At the end of the programme, the doctoral degree is awarded by Maastricht University upon successful defence of the thesis. Dissertation topics fit into any of the institute’s seven research themes:

-  The Economics of Knowledge and Innovation;

-  Poverty, Public Policy and Inclusive Innovation;

- Economic Development, Innovation, Governance and Institutions;

- . Sustainable Development, Innovation and Societal Transitions;

-  Innovation Systems Indicators and Policy;

-  Migration and Development;

-  ICT-enabled Innovation and Societal Transformations

During the first year, fellows complete a basic compulsory training programme conducted by members of our faculty. The courses are spread across two semesters and taught in Maastricht. The first semester consists of a course programme to be taken by all fellows. In the second semester, we offer two specialisations, both leading to a PhD at Maastricht University. Fellows select their individual course programmes based on background knowledge, need and interest.



Qualifications: The ideal candidate must meet the following requirements:

- a Master’s degree from a relevant academic field, including economics, international relations, political science, law, social sciences, business administration, health sciences or public health;

- basic knowledge of mathematics and statistics, which is measured by reviewing the content and level of previous studies and/or working experience;

- basic knowledge of economics, social sciences, political science and/or law, which is measured by reviewing the content and level of previous studies and/or working experience;

- proficiency in English, with a minimum level of 600 PBT / 240 CBT / 100 IBT for the TOEFL or 7.0 for the IELTS (native speakers of English and students who received their Bachelor’s or Master’s education in English are exempt). Maastricht University’s TOEFL code is 7102



Application process: In addition to filling in the online application form, applicants must submit the following:

- certified copies of your certificates and grades and an explanation of the grading system;

- proof of English proficiency;

- motivation letter of 400 – 500 words;

- three letters of recommendation (in English only) by current or former professors or employers;

- one-page essay indicating the topic of research interest;

- curriculum vitae;

- copy of passport;

- passport size photo;

- full information about your present study and/or job;

Documents need to be sent  as follows:

- Essay, motivation letter and CV: uploaded through the application form;

- Passport and picture: uploaded through the application form (PDF or JPG);

- Recommendation letters, directly from the reviewers to the programme;

- diplomas and transcripts: electronic copies initially and later on hard copies by postal mail



Useful Link to the offer

United Nations University

 

Contact Information: For more information on studying at Maastricht University, such as available facilities, getting a visa, etc, please go to the general information for PhDs.

Ph.D. Programme Coordinator:

Eveline in de Braek

Phone: (+31 43) 388 4449

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Address:

Boschstraat 24

6211 AX Maastricht

The Netherlands

Tel:+ 31 (0)43 388 4400



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The Hertie School of Governance, a private university based in Berlin, offers financial assistance and scholarships to deserving students from all over the world. Any applicant who proves that they need funding can apply for financial assistance for the Master's courses offered by the school. Do not miss this unique opportunity to study in Berlin. Send your application now!

 

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Organization: The Hertie School of Governance is a private university based in Berlin, Germany, accredited by the state and the German Science Council. It prepares exceptional students for leadership positions in government, business, and civil society. Interdisciplinary and practice-oriented teaching, first-class research and an extensive international network set the Hertie School apart and position it as an ambassador of good governance, characterised by public debate and engagement. The school was founded at the end of 2003 as a project of the Hertie Foundation, which remains its major partner.

 

Duty Station: Berlin, Germany

 

Open To: students from all around the world

 

Timeframe: not specified

 

Deadline: the first deadline is 31/01/2019

 

Job description: The Hertie School of Governance offers two types of financial support:

-Financial aid: Every applicant who demonstrates financial need can apply for financial aid. As we unfortunately cannot offer tuition waivers to all eligible candidates, financial aid is granted among eligible applicants according to our internal ranking. Aid is granted in the form of tuition waivers ranging mostly from 10 to 50% of the tuition fees. Stipend holders of the German Begabtenförderungswerke are guaranteed at least a 25% tuition waiver upon admission to the MPP and MIA programmes.

-Scholarships: Scholarships are competitive awards targeted towards applicants with specific profiles and are granted according to merit. Financial need is considered insofar as only MPP and MIA applicants who state that that they do not have sufficient funds to pay for both tuition fees and living expenses can be awarded a scholarship. They cover at least 50% of tuition fees.

 

Qualifications:

-Master of Public Policy (MPP) and Master of International Affairs (MIA)

-Financial need is determined by subtracting the total amount of funds from the total amount of estimated costs of the study programme (including living expenses). Applicants who are able to finance the entire cost of the 2-year study programme on their own are not eligible for financial aid and scholarships.

-Merit refers to the internal assessment of each application according to our three admission criteria: academic excellence (40%), personal suitability (40%) and motivation (20%).

-Executive Master of Public Administration (Executive MPA)

Financial aid and scholarships will be granted with a view to the quality of the application, the candidate’s contribution to the diversity of the student body as well as the financial need of the candidate.

 

Application process: to apply for the Hertie School of Governance Scholarship:

-select “yes” as the answer to the question “Are you applying for financial aid and/or a scholarship?” on our online application form;

-fill out the financial information section;

The information you provide will be used to confirm your financial need.

If you are applying for a scholarship, make sure to read the specific requirements outlined on the individual scholarship pages.

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

Hertie School of Governance

 

Contact Information:

Hertie School of Governance | Friedrichstraße 180 | 10117 | Berlin, Germany

Phone: +49 (0)30 259219-0

Fax: +49 (0)30 259219-111

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The Humane Studies Fellowship is a renewable, non-residency award of up to $15,000 per year to support current or future students enrolled in full-time PhD programs. If you dream to study in a place where classical liberal ideas are regularly taught, discussed, challenged, and developed, and where free speech, intellectual diversity, and open inquiry flourish don’t miss this opportunity. Send your application and fly to Washington!

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Organization: The Institute for Humane Studies was founded in 1961 by Dr. F. A. “Baldy” Harper, a former economics professor at Cornell University. Part of a generation that lived through two devastating world wars and saw the rise of totalitarian dictatorships, Harper set up an institute devoted to research and education with the conviction that a greater understanding of human affairs and freedom would foster peace, prosperity, and social harmony.

Based for many years in Menlo Park, California, IHS moved to Fairfax, Virginia, in 1985 and affiliated with George Mason University (GMU). IHS pursues its mission most effectively at GMU, which has built a culture that values intellectual diversity and freedom of thought and expression.

Their vision to ensure higher education becomes a place where classical liberal ideas are regularly taught, discussed, challenged, and developed, and where free speech, intellectual diversity, and open inquiry flourish.

Duty Station: Washington Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia

 

Open To: students enrolled full-time in a PhD program in fields of economics, political science, philosophy, law, history, sociology, and similar disciplines in the social sciences and humanities.

 

Timeframe: not specified

 

Deadline: 10/02/2019

 

Job description: The Humane Studies Fellowship is a renewable, non-residency award of up to $15,000 per year to support current or future students enrolled in full-time PhD programs. Intended for students interested in developing, teaching, and applying classical liberal ideas and the principles of a free society, this program supports research and teaching in both the social sciences and the humanities.

 

Qualifications: in order to be eligible to apply for the Humane Studies Fellowship, you must:

-be enrolled full-time in a PhD program for the upcoming academic year;

-have a research interest that contributes to the advancement of classical liberal scholarship.

Qualifying fields of study include economics, political science, philosophy, law, history, sociology, and similar disciplines in the social sciences and humanities.

 

Wage/fees: up to $15,000 per year

 

Application process: you can apply for the Humane Studies Fellowship by filling the online form.

It is required to answer the following questions in 500 words or fewer:

-Describe the research project you will complete as part of the fellowship.

-Tell us how your research project advances a deeper understanding of classical liberal ideas.

To complete the application for the Humane Studies Fellowship, you will need to upload the following:

-CV;

-a recent writing sample of 3,000 words or fewer. Partial samples of longer works are acceptable;

-an official or unofficial electronic transcript from your current or most recent institution.

-if applicable, upload your dissertation proposal.

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

Institute for Humane Studies

 

Contact Information:

Institute for Humane Studies

at George Mason University

Vernon Smith Hall

1st Floor

3434 Washington Blvd.

Arlington, VA 22201

Phone: 703.993.4880

Toll Free: 800.697.8799

Fax: 703.993.4890



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The Intern Group, the fastest growing social enterprise in the international internship area, offers grants to full-time students and recent graduates. The ideal candidate is an outstanding, global-minded individual who wants to study in Columbia, Hong Kong or Dublin. The Grant will cover the program fees and will include even more… Don’t miss this opportunity! Apply today!

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Organization: The Intern Group is an award-winning, social enterprise that takes top applicants and significantly improves their skills and employability via international internship programs. Its global team understands deeply how important international professional experience is in today´s job market. They are a global leader in the international internship area: one of the fastest growing segments of the international education industry.

The company’s main aim is to develop an innovative and culturally sensitive new generation ready to tackle the global issues that affect the world today and tomorrow. The Intern Group works with leading companies/NGOs/governments in all its program destinations. Since the founding in January 2011 they experienced rapid growth.

Top universities around the world have partnered with The Intern Group, recognizing the educational value and tremendous career development boost of our programs.

 

Duty Station: Colombia, Hong Kong, Dublin

 

Open To: full-time students (bachelor or masters) or recent graduates

 

Timeframe: not specified

 

Deadline: 2/02/2019

 

Description: The Intern Group offers grants to ambitious, global-minded and outstanding students or recent graduates. This year, there are three Global Leadership Grants available for merit-based and needs-based applicants.

You may only apply for one:

-Full-Ride Global Leadership Grant to Colombia;

-$3000 USD Global Leadership Grant to Hong Kong;

-$2500 USD Global Leadership Grant to Dublin

 

The Grants will cover the program fees and and include:

-an additional weekly stipend of $100 USD for a 6 week placement (equivalent to $600 U.S.);

-accommodation:

-program activities and excursions;

-24/7 support from the local team;

-professional development workshops.

 

Qualifications: the ideal candidate for the Intern Group Grant Programme is a full-time student (undergraduate or masters) or a recent graduate that is:

-applying to only one Global leadership Grant;

-willing to document their experience in Colombia with four written vlogs or video blogs or a combination of the two;

-receiving a Federal Pell Grant or student financial aid.

 

Application process: to apply for the scholaraship you’ll have to complete the Scholarship application form and submit:

-an essay responding to the following prompt in 650 words or fewer:

“How will an international internship benefit your future career? How will financial assistance help you intern abroad? This is your time to provide insight into who you are behind the resume.”

-letter(s) of recommendation;

-CV/Resume;

-Provide proof of financial need through previously received grants, federal aid or other forms of student financial aid. Send an image with your application of the financial aid letter. Our funding page shows accepted forms of financial aid.

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

The Intern Group

 

Contact Information:

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Tel.:

UK: +44 (0)20 7193 4188

US: +1 (718) 878-6393

AUS: +61 (0)2 8011 3305

 

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International students who demonstrate financial need and exceptional merit may apply for the International Cultural Service Program (ICSP).  Selected students agree to complete 80 hours per year of cultural service as required by the program. Don’t miss this opportunity, send now your application!

 

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Organization: The University of Oregon is one of just two schools in the Pacific Northwest selected for membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities, a consortium of 62 leading public and private research institutions in the United States and Canada. Nestled in the lush Willamette Valley, with an easy drive to both the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains, the University of Oregon is renowned for its research prowess and commitment to teaching.

 

Duty Station: USA

 

Open To: Applicants who demonstrate financial need and meet the minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA requirement




Deadline: 1/02/2019 by 4pm Pacific Standard Time.



Job description: International students who demonstrate financial need and exceptional merit may apply for the International Cultural Service Program (ICSP).  Selected students agree to complete 80 hours per year of cultural service as required by the program. Don’t miss this opportunity, send now your application!

Cultural service can include speaking or giving demonstrations to schools or community groups about the heritage and culture of your country or participating in international events on campus.

The following criteria are used to select the successful candidate:

- Demonstrated financial need;

- Experience participating in cultural activities;

- Demonstrated performance and presentation skills;

- Strong academic records;

- Strong communication skills;



Qualifications: In order to apply for this position you need to meet the following requirements:

- be admissible or fully admitted to the University of Oregon. New students must apply for admission to the UO for 2019-20 by January 15, 2019. To apply for admission click here;

- non having  U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, or  be eligible to receive U.S. federal financial assistance;

- demonstrate financial need and meet the minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA requirement.



 

Application process: Current UO Students

Log in to the UO Scholarship Dashboard and submit the General Application, ISSS Endowed Scholarships Application and the ICSP Scholarship Application.  

All applications and Reference Letters must be submitted by February 1, 2019 by 4pm Pacific Standard Time.

Incoming freshmen and new transfer, new graduate and new post baccalaureate applicants

YOUR FIRST STEP: You must apply for Admission to the University of Oregon before you can apply for scholarships.

Watch your email for an invitation to enter the UO Scholarship Dashboard. This happens within a week of submitting your application for admissions.

Log in to the UO Scholarship Dashboard and submit the General Application, ISSS Endowed Scholarships Application and the ICSP Scholarship Application.  You must apply for admission prior to this step

All applications and Reference Letters must be submitted by February 1, 2019 by 4pm Pacific Standard Time.

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

University of Oregon

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Contact Information:

5209 University of Oregon

300 W Oregon Hall

Eugene , OR 97403

P: 541-346-3206 F: 541-346-1232

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“We need to cultivate a universal responsibility for one another and the planet we share.” If you share the vision of  Tenzin Gyatso, the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, then you absolutely need to send the application for this extraordinary opportunity!


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Organization: Housed at the University of Virginia’s Contemplative Science Center, Dalai Lama Fellows cultivates and supports a global movement of next generation leaders integrating contemplative work with social innovation to solve global challenges in locally adapted ways to promote human flourishing.

They all share a vision for common humanity, and a love for  own localities, communities, and cultures, but somehow they have overemphasized profit, growth, and organizational metrics over wellbeing and deep interconnection with others and the  worlds in which they are embedded.

Dalai Lama Fellows seek to broaden and deepen emerging leaders’ perspectives on what’s best for both their communities and the world as a whole now and for generations to come, calling on them to think and behave differently, and to seek realistic, innovative, integrated and expansive ways to address local and global challenges in interconnected manners.  



Duty Station: not specified

 

Open To: the fellowship is open to next generation leaders who are between ages 20-35 years

 

Timeframe: There are some important dates to remember:

- February 3, 2019: All applications due;

- April 15 - 30, 2019: All Fellows are selected and notified;

- May 1-June 2019: Virtual Onboarding of Fellows and Preliminary Curriculum;

- June 2019 (TBD): 5 Day Global Assembly in the United States;

- July 2019 - May 2020: Head, Heart, Hands curriculum, monthly coaching calls, learning groups, project implementation in local communities;

- June 2020 and beyond: 5 Day Gobal Assembly in the United States.

 

Deadline: February 3, 2019

 

Job description: The Dalai Lama Fellows (DLF) experience is an immersive, year-long commitment that mentors each Fellow through a leadership curriculum inspired by exemplary leaders like the Dalai Lama.  This curriculum will help the candidate to become more mindful, increase awareness of own inner values and how they relate to the work, deeply connect with people around and provide new ways of building sustainable solutions to complex problems. Dalai Lama Fellows, founded in 2010 with the inspiration and encouragement of the 14th Dalai Lama, is reimagining leadership by cultivating and supporting a global movement of next generation leaders applying universal values and local understanding to solve global challenges at the communal level.  The program is secular and ecumenical.

The Fellowships  are destined to such next generation leaders that are working on social change projects in local communities to address one or more of the following areas: mitigating economic disparity, diminishing violence, gender inequity, improving cross-cultural and interreligious cooperation, facilitating new and more holistic educational approaches, and enhancing environmental sustainability.


Qualifications: In order to fulfill the minimum requirements, a candidate must demonstrate the following through the application:

- Next generation leader who is between ages 20-35 years;

- Fluency in written and spoken English;

- Experience or interest in learning and practicing contemplative practices throughout the year;

- Description of project of social change/justice that can be undertaken over the year;

- In-depth knowledge of the community and the issue that the proposed project is seeking to work in and address, preferably with more than one year of previous experience working with the community in question;

- Commitment to participating in our online learning platform, which hosts our year-long curriculum;

-  Attendance at week-long Global Assembly in June 2019 and again in June 2020,  participation in monthly coaching calls through video conference, participation in monthly group calls with other Fellows, completion of curriculum, and peer-to-peer interaction on the platform.



Application process: The application for Dalai Lama Fellows consists of six major parts:

- Your Resume/CV

- Applicant Background and Overview

- One Letter of Recommendation

- Essay Questions

- Application Video

In order to apply for this fellowship you need to visit the Link to the offer

 

Useful links: Link to the offer

Dalai Lama Fellows

 

Contact Information:

Phone  +1 434.982.6057

Email contemplativeleadership@virginia.edu.

 

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Applications are now being accepted for master’s and doctoral scholarships at Central European University (CEU). Don’t miss this opportunity! Send now your application!

 

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Organization: The Central European University (CEU) is a university located in Budapest, aimed at postgraduate study courses, providing courses taught in English, and conferring degrees academics recognized both in the university system of the United States of America and in Hungary. The Open Society Foundations (OSF), formerly the Open Society Institute, is a network of international foundations founded by the magnate George Soros. The Open Society Foundations financially support civil law groups around the world, with the stated goal of justice, education, public health and independent media.

 

Duty Station: Budapest

 

Open To: candidates from any country showing interest in specific academic areas

 

Deadline: 31/01/2019

 

Job description: CEU brings together students and faculty from some 100 countries to exchange ideas in an open and dynamic community in the heart of Europe. CEU offers world-class master’s and doctoral programs in English to address the key issues of the 21st century. The University provides a variety of scholarships and research grants for which applicants from any country are eligible to apply.

 

Qualifications:  Applicants from any country are eligible to apply for master’s and doctoral scholarships at Central European University.

Academic areas and programs include the following:

- cognitive science

- economics and business

- environmental sciences and policy

- gender studies

- history

-international relations

-legal studies

-mathematics and its applications

- medieval studies

- nationalism studies

- network and data science

- philosophy

- political science

- public policy

-sociology and social anthropology

 

Wage/fees: Depending on the selected course. More information will be provided upon registration at this link

 

Application process: For further information about the application process you can visit the link to the offer

 

Useful links:

link to the offer

Open Society foundations

 

Contact Information: Open Society Foundations

224 West 57th Street

New York, NY 10019

United States

Phone:

+1-212-548-0600

Contact

 

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Delegates from around the world travel to Rome to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

The 2018 International Careers Festival commenced in the opening ceremony at 10am on Saturday the 24th of March. Over 300 delegates attended, participants in the upcoming conference, which will take place over the course of this weekend. The event was hosted at LUISS Guido Carli University and sponsored by the Giovani nel Mondo Association.

After some welcome remarks led by Hon. Cristiana Paciocco, Vice President of the Committee for Welfare and Health, and Dr. Fabio Bisogni of UNINT University, the Executive Director of the Rome International Careers Festival (RICF), Dr. Daniela Conte shared her reflections of the past and thoughts on the future. In her speech about RICF, Dr. Conte stated, “everything is a journey,” emphasizing the opportunities the three realms of the conference represent for proactive delegates.

Next, each program director introduced their personal philosophies and the natures of their programs. Dr. Luca Marco Giraldin von Lahnstein presented the Business Game as an incredible opportunity for young entrepreneurs. He described how businesspeople often alienate the idea of success from the ideas of resilience and failure; “we must be able to think outside the box,” in order to take full advantage of the opportunities before them. The Business Game is a simulation that allows young participants to learn from past challenges using real life business cases to gain managerial decision-making skills applicable in the business world today.

Shanthi Kodituwakku Hettiarachchilage, the director of the Press Game, followed the Business Game introduction, how the RICF prepares delegates for real world situations. She highlighted the widespread value of participating in the RICF, bringing to light the great things from all aspects of the festival. The Press Game incorporates training and “learn by doing” simulations in radio, television, and web journalism, giving students a broad understanding of the multidisciplinary industry.

The final program, the Model United Nations (ROMEMUN), was introduced by Secretary General Jorge Alejandro Gonzalez Galicia. The ROMEMUN was the foundation of the RICF, and its model of learning through simulation is the connecting value through the three programs. ROMEMUN allows delegates to learn the art of diplomacy by debating world issues and developing public speaking skills that they can use in any professional sphere. He encouraged delegates to carry these skills from their committee sessions to their outside lives, explaining that, “we as brothers of mankind, have to fight for something, because somewhere, someone needs you.”

This moving final statement set the stage for Mr. Gianni Ferrario, a Happiness Trainer, to unite delegates in movement, sound, and laughter. This inspirational presentation, complete with meditation, visualization, and balloons, left delegates feeling cheerful and excited to take charge of their futures, starting here, at the RICF.

By: Gwen Lindberg and Fiona Klassen

ROME PRESS GAME Team 1

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